SUBJECT COLLECTIONS
 

We currently have seven distinct digital collections, including the new for 2023 Manchester International Law. Each collection presents an easy-to-use online resource, aiming to provide access to the most recent content in each of their respective fields. Our collections are updated annually, to ensure that each year there is new content for exploration and study. For more information on our collections, click the links below.

Our collections can be purchased via MUP directly, simply email manchesterhive@manchester.ac.uk, or via GOBI®, click the link to log-in:   GOBI logo

This image shows white text stating Manchester Film and Media Studies Collection across a background of red velvet curtains, with theatre spotlights shining.

This image shows white text stating Manchester Gothic Collection against a green background, with a crow sitting on a gravestone in a misty and creepy setting.

This image shows text stating Manchester International Law Collection, across an image of a soldier in camouflage stood on a rocky outcrop against a clear blue sky.

This image shows a faded early 20th-century photograph of Irish citizens queuing for milk. Black text states ‘Irish Studies, 130 titles published by Manchester University Press’ beside the MUP logo.

This image shows white text stating Manchester Medieval Sources Online Collection, across a background of a mosaic of the Virgin Mary from Chiusi - The Romanesque Cathedral of San Secondiano.

This image shows white text stating Manchester Political Studies Collection on a background of protestors wearing bandanas across their lower faces with their fists held in the air.

This image shows white text stating Manchester Shakespeare Collection across the Chandos portrait of Shakespeare, which shows him looking at the viewer on a dark brown background and a hoop in his ear.

This image shows white text stating Manchester Studies in Imperialism Collection, behind which is a vintage photograph of African auxiliaries employed as wagon drivers etc, by the British in the Boer war. A British officer stands to the side of them.

 


For further information, please contact our Institutional Sales Manager, Katharine Horton: katharine.horton@manchester.ac.uk